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    (Pdf Read) [Old Records Never Die] FREE READ í AKUENTAJUI.CO ò Eric Spitznagel Memory isn't about reality and neither is music It's about the comforting reflections we want to hold on to even if they're mostly bul

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    FREE READ í AKUENTAJUI.CO ò Eric Spitznagel (Pdf Read) [Old Records Never Die] I’m old enough to have lived through a few different commercial music formats and am guilty of having had conversations in the last six months lamenting the change in how we find and experience music I’m aware of how ridiculous it can sound to younger generations or those who just weren’t into music growing up but I was happy to disc

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    (Pdf Read) [Old Records Never Die] Old Records was a pleasure to read For me it was full of nostalgia for the good old days of the 1980s and record stores As S

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    (Pdf Read) [Old Records Never Die] FREE READ Old Records Never Die The author facing a sort of midlife crisis one day realizes that he must have his old vinyl records back The treasure trove of 2000 vinyl LPs marked on stepped on defaced and smelling vaguely of weed which he dumpe

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    (Pdf Read) [Old Records Never Die] I was very excited by the premise of this book but it simply doesn't deliver I'm a music fanatic who has recently returned to vinyl and I love s

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    FREE READ í AKUENTAJUI.CO ò Eric Spitznagel (Pdf Read) [Old Records Never Die] It all sounds like a hoot on paper – Eric Spitznagel sets out to track down some of the vinyl he used to own – not just copies but

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    (Pdf Read) [Old Records Never Die] For those of us who came of age in the ’70s or ’80s the thrill of purchasing that first record or the memory of locking ourselves in our rooms to listen to one song over and over again trying desperately not to scratch the delicate surface of the turning disk is scored into our psyche The connection between music an

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    (Pdf Read) [Old Records Never Die] Eric Spitznagel ò 1 READ With this book Eric Spitznagel has written a tremendously funny entertaining and touching story about music memories and friendship The idea behind the book to find the exact copies of the most important records of your teen years is so outrag

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    Eric Spitznagel ò 1 READ FREE READ í AKUENTAJUI.CO ò Eric Spitznagel (Pdf Read) [Old Records Never Die] For me reading this book was like eating my favourite dessert Full disclosure I am a long time music collector who has never thrown out a record cassette CD music magazine concert t shirt or hard drive in the 40

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READ ´ Old Records Never Die A Hudson Booksellers Best Non Fiction Book of the Year with foreword by Wilco's Jeff Tweedy High Fidelity meets Killing Yourself to Live when one man searches for his lost record collection As he finds himself within spitting distance of middle age journalist Eric Spitznagel feels acutely the loss of something Freedom Maybe Coolness Could be The records he sold in a financial pinch Definitely To find out for sure he sets out on a uest to find the original vinyl artifacts from his past Not just copies The exact same records The Bon Jovi recor. Memory isn t about reality and neither is music It s about the comforting reflections we want to hold on to even if they re mostly bullshit Eric Spitznagel I brought them into my mother s houseduring the wars of pubertyand played them when she wasn t home I had to listen aloneBoxed sets of LPs gathering dustlong playing records long unplayed I heard them so many times back then their grooves got etched into my brainVinylIt was certainly a big part of my past Oh those lonely teenage nights spent clutching my hairbrushmicrophone singing along with Bonnie Raitt Debbie Harry and Chrissie Hynde I even listened to some women whose names didn t end in ie It sounds sort of pathetic now but honestly I wouldn t trade those nights for anything Through the flowering of fertilitycoming in waves of panic and shamethe boxed LPs accompanied mefrom dorm to dorm to grungy roomin working girl apartment andfrom home to home to better homeI married a man who came with a sonI still listened and listened aloneI m lucky I still have the albums that meant the most to me Many have been sold along the way Several crates full went bye bye a few years ago sold to pay the mortgage one month The fact that I had Cheech and Chong s Big Bamb with the rolling paper still intact caused uite a stir in the record shop and it sold for than a pretty pennyBut I managed to hold on to my favoritesSound got reduced to zeros and onesstored in a cloud played on a phoneVinyl s been gone so long it s backbut the turntable went two moves agoShrinking our lives to apartment sizeI ve come to love discarding thingsIf it hasn t been used in the past two yearsout it goes But not the LPsJournalist Eric Spitznagel watched his treasured vinyl collection dwindle over the years sold for those nagging living expenses But one day after interviewing uestlove Eric decided he wanted to revisit the past via the music that he played in his youth Replacement albums would not do huh uh He wanted the same exact records he used to own And so began the uest days spent searching the few remaining record stores basements and attics Would he be able to find his cherished platters all while keeping an eye on his rambunctious three year old This was a fun ride tagging along on the search I enjoyed the thrill of the hunt and especially the poignant moments near the end of the book where view spoilerthe old gang is reunited to share a special concert hide spoiler uirkyalone A Manifesto for Uncompromising Romantics journalist Eric Spitznagel feels acutely the loss of something Freedom Maybe Coolness Could be The records he sold in a financial pinch Definitely To find out for sure he sets out on a uest to find the original vinyl artifacts from his past Not Tennessee Reunion Williamston Wildlife Rescue #3 just copies The exact same records The Bon Jovi recor. Memory isn t about reality and neither is music It s about the comforting reflections we want to hold on to even if they re mostly bullshit Eric Spitznagel I brought them into my mother s houseduring the wars of pubertyand played them when she wasn t home I had to listen aloneBoxed sets of LPs gathering dustlong playing records long unplayed I heard them so many times back then their grooves got etched into my brainVinylIt was certainly a big part of my past Oh those lonely teenage nights spent clutching my hairbrushmicrophone singing along with Bonnie Raitt Debbie Harry and Chrissie Hynde I even listened to some women whose names didn t end in ie It sounds sort of pathetic now but honestly I wouldn t trade those nights for anything Through the flowering of fertilitycoming in waves of panic and shamethe boxed LPs accompanied mefrom dorm to dorm to grungy roomin working girl apartment andfrom home to home to better homeI married a man who came with a sonI still listened and listened aloneI m lucky I still have the albums that meant the most to me Many have been sold along the way Several crates full went bye bye a few years ago sold to pay the mortgage one month The fact that I had Cheech and Chong s Big Bamb with the rolling paper still intact caused uite a stir in the record shop and it sold for than a pretty pennyBut I managed to hold on to my favoritesSound got reduced to zeros and onesstored in a cloud played on a phoneVinyl s been gone so long it s backbut the turntable went two moves agoShrinking our lives to apartment sizeI ve come to love discarding thingsIf it hasn t been used in the past two yearsout it goes But not the LPsJournalist Eric Spitznagel watched his treasured vinyl collection dwindle over the years sold for those nagging living expenses But one day after interviewing uestlove Eric decided he wanted to revisit the past via the music that he played in his youth Replacement albums would not do huh uh He wanted the same exact records he used to own And so began the uest days spent searching the few remaining record stores basements and attics Would he be able to find his cherished platters all while keeping an eye on his rambunctious three year old This was a fun ride tagging along on the search I enjoyed the thrill of the hunt and especially the poignant moments near the end of the book where view spoilerthe old gang is reunited to share a special concert hide spoiler

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READ ´ Old Records Never Die D with his first girlfriend's phone number scrawled on the front sleeve The KISS Alive II he once shared with his little brother The Replacements Let It Be he's pretty sure 20 years later would still smell like weedAs he embarks on his hero's journey he reminisces about the actual records the music and the people he listened to it with old girlfriends his high school pals and most poignantly his father and his young son He explores the magic of music and memory as he interweaves his adventures in record culture with uestions about our connec. It all sounds like a hoot on paper Eric Spitznagel sets out to track down some of the vinyl he used to own not just copies but the exact same records he sold to pay bills replaced with CD s etc It s unfathomable why anyone would want to own a Tom Waits or Liz Phair album once But twice It triggers my acid reflux just thinking about it I started trying to figure it out and my nose started bleeding I took this as a sign to stopWhile there s plenty here to recommend it s obvious Spitznagel has a much different relationship with music than me not that there s anything wrong with that His standard of excellence is something to make me tremble while I m falling in love in a car during a rainstorm I just want to check my brain at the door howl at the moon drink dance celebrate life instead of regret stop just short of playing air guitar and curse a lot Life s too short for anything else Thank God the 90 s are over I can t handle any angst and hand wringing over something as pure and simple as writing or listening to pop music When I snap my fingers please move onAlong the way Spitznagel dials the wayback machine to high school reuniting with an ex lover and reminiscing about old Billy Joel and Bon Jovi records over a couple of bottles of wine brings a used copy of Let It Be to a rainy muddy Replacements reunion show tries with his wife to figure out whether their son s first exposure to music should be Soul Coughing Ani DiFranco or Foo Fighters I say the kid has three strikes against him already and confesses to listening to the first New York Dolls album only because he wanted to have sex with a girl with purple dreadlocks Somewhere Arthur Killer Kane Johnny Thunders and Jerry Nolan are spinning in their graves Buried Mountain Secrets journey he reminisces about the actual records the music and the people he listened to it with old girlfriends his high school pals and most poignantly his father and his young son He explores the magic of music and memory as he interweaves his adventures in record culture with uestions about our connec. It all sounds like a hoot on paper Eric Spitznagel sets out to track down some of the vinyl he used to own not Buried Mountain Secrets just copies but the exact same records he sold to pay bills replaced with CD s etc It s unfathomable why anyone would want to own a Tom Waits or Liz Phair album once But twice It triggers my acid reflux The Deranged Cousins or Whatever just thinking about it I started trying to figure it out and my nose started bleeding I took this as a sign to stopWhile there s plenty here to recommend it s obvious Spitznagel has a much different relationship with music than me not that there s anything wrong with that His standard of excellence is something to make me tremble while I m falling in love in a car during a rainstorm I Intuición just want to check my brain at the door howl at the moon drink dance celebrate life instead of regret stop How Money Became Dangerous just short of playing air guitar and curse a lot Life s too short for anything else Thank God the 90 s are over I can t handle any angst and hand wringing over something as pure and simple as writing or listening to pop music When I snap my fingers please move onAlong the way Spitznagel dials the wayback machine to high school reuniting with an ex lover and reminiscing about old Billy Joel and Bon Jovi records over a couple of bottles of wine brings a used copy of Let It Be to a rainy muddy Replacements reunion show tries with his wife to figure out whether their son s first exposure to music should be Soul Coughing Ani DiFranco or Foo Fighters I say the kid has three strikes against him already and confesses to listening to the first New York Dolls album only because he wanted to have sex with a girl with purple dreadlocks Somewhere Arthur Killer Kane Johnny Thunders and Jerry Nolan are spinning in their graves

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READ ´ Old Records Never Die Tion to our past the possibility of ever recapturing it and whether we would want to if we couldMemories are far indelible when married to the physical world and Spitznagel proves the point in this vivid book We love vinyl records because they combine the tactile the visual the seeable effects of age and care and carelessness When he searches for the records he lost and sold Spitznagel is trying to return to a tangible past and he details that process with great sensitivity and impact Dave Eggers New York Times bestselling author of The Circ. For those of us who came of age in the 70s or 80s the thrill of purchasing that first record or the memory of locking ourselves in our rooms to listen to one song over and over again trying desperately not to scratch the delicate surface of the turning disk is scored into our psyche The connection between music and memories especially in our youth is a powerful one There in the car driving down Lake Shore and listening to Livin on a Prayer I had a moment of intense clarity It was suddenly so obvious what I had to do I needed to find that record Not just any record The record The one with Heather s phone number written on it The exact copy I once owned that represented something hugely important to me some rite of passage into adulthoodAnd why stop with one record Why not get all of themI wanted my records My exact records My literal exact records I wanted them back All of them Or at least as many as I could find And so begins Eric Spitznagel s odyssey to recover his lost vinyl Searching for his records Eric revisits moments from his past connects with old friends and lovers and meets strange and wonderful new characters along the way With laugh out loud humor and moments of brilliant insight Eric pulls us along on the journey with him We discover that some memories may have been rewritten youth can be gracefully surrendered and the future is wonderful in it s unpredictabilityYou can read my interview with Eric Spitznagel Music Memories and A Modern Odyssey on BookClubBabble here The Deranged Cousins or Whatever just any record The record The one with Heather s phone number written on it The exact copy I once owned that represented something hugely important to me some rite of passage into adulthoodAnd why stop with one record Why not get all of themI wanted my records My exact records My literal exact records I wanted them back All of them Or at least as many as I could find And so begins Eric Spitznagel s odyssey to recover his lost vinyl Searching for his records Eric revisits moments from his past connects with old friends and lovers and meets strange and wonderful new characters along the way With laugh out loud humor and moments of brilliant insight Eric pulls us along on the Intuición journey with him We discover that some memories may have been rewritten youth can be gracefully surrendered and the future is wonderful in it s unpredictabilityYou can read my interview with Eric Spitznagel Music Memories and A Modern Odyssey on BookClubBabble here

  • Paperback
  • 274
  • Old Records Never Die
  • Eric Spitznagel
  • en
  • 03 November 2020
  • 9780142181614